On Sun, 6 Jul 2003, Glen Mazza wrote:

> clarified to be "any file checked into CVS for a
> project."

Well - at the very least it is more each and every 'granule' which the
committer community (i.e the developers) would consider its work or its
creation. So at the same time one has some leeway to ignore a file which
has no "real" content; say a 'runme.sh' file which only has the text 'java
-cp foo.jar foo.Main' or something.

But the same time the ASF as a whole should make sure that every 'bit' for
which it can be held accountable is under a proper license (its own
license or that of a third party we consider acceptible).

So it is a puzzle from both directions.


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